Kaleidoscope is intended to resemble a kaleidoscope of creatures seen underwater,
and attempts to focus anew on the unbroken circle of life and the wisdom, wonder, and beauty found therein.
This form also corresponds to the mandala, a microcosm of the universe using symbols from nature and depictions of the gods.
Incorporated herein is the ancient Japanese concept of all aspects of nature being deities and objects of worship,
and a desire to retain the underwater world as a sacred place.
Kanako Sato is a professional photographer in Tokyo, Japan. She has been teaching photography at photo school in Tokyo and also writing regular columns for magazines.She developed a passion for underwater photography and made it an artistic mission to capture the undersea world in all of its multifaceted beauty. She has been holding yearly solo exhibitions showcasing underlying themes of lighting and color.
UnderWater Photographer / Street Photographer
It looks like a still image taken from a video, and it also looks like it is still moving. Looking at the printed picture shows a different kind of charm.
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